Deep Space Nine Companion (Star Trek Deep Space Nine) by Paula M. Block, Terry J. Erdmann
Deep Space Nine Companion (Star Trek Deep Space Nine) Paula M. Block, Terry J. Erdmann ebook
ISBN: 0671501068, 9780671501068
Publisher: Star Trek
A description of tropes appearing in Star Trek Deep Space Nine. I've been a writer, producer working in TV for, gosh, like 30 years, and I've written for a lot of franchise TV shows, like Star Trek: The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Babylon 5, Sliders, and on and on. If you haven't got it the Star Trek DS9 Companion is essential reading on the series. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Season 4. For all that the show remained true to its ongoing storylines .. It's an appalling use of the character who's supposed to be the science officer. Right I have come to the realisation that there are far too many It has an immediacy to it that the passive house style previously employed by modern Trek (that is to say the whole of TNG and the first 3 seasons of DS9). Deep Space Nine traded the Wagon Train to the Stars premise of the previous (and future) Star Trek shows for a "Fort Apache in Space" or The Rifleman in space setting. I think the idea of creating a science fiction show and basically building a universe I grew up with Star Trek and Twilight Zone and The Outer Limits. I wrote Twilight Zone Companion as a way of educating myself about how to do television series. Dax does absolutely nothing useful in the episode, leaving all the heavy lifting to O'Brien.